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Full text of "Practical Organic Chemistry"

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342               PRACTICAL ORGANIC ("IIKMrsTkY

and tested. Aromatic compounds substituted in the nucleus
are not, as a rule, acted on by these reagents unless nitre-groups
are also present ; many of these react with magnesium in
presence of dry ether (p. 206).

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